Community Partners

We are looking for groups and businesses in the Austin area to partner with in either co-producing or cross promotional relationships. We believe that a relationship should always benefit both partners and go out of our way to make sure that we bring value and attention to our partners. If you have an interested in potentially partnering with us, please contact us at



The Austin Scottish Rite Theater

We are utterly blessed to be co-producing our upcoming show Cyrano de Bergerac with The Austin Scottish Rite Theater. Scottish Rite is well know for the quality and diversity of their programming for adults and children, and has become a cultural icon in downtown Austin. In addition they have a beautiful historic theater that was constructed in the same era that Cyrano de Bergerac was written. For more information, please visit their website at

Photograph © 2011 Larry D. Moore.

Photograph © 2011 Larry D. Moore.

The French Legation Museum

The French Legation Museum is a cultural treasure hidden in the heart of downtown east Austin. It is among the oldest extant frame structures in Austin as it was built in 1841. The lovely building and its surroundings gardens were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1969. The French Legation is also a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, a City of Austin Historic Landmark, and a Texas State Antiquities Landmark. The site is currently undergoing extensive renovation until Spring of 2020, when the Archive will begin working in a co-production relationship with them on various projects. For more information, please visit their website at

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Pioneer Farms

We are thrilled to be working with Pioneer Farms to co-produce our upcoming 2020 Fall show, Macbeth. Their rich backdrop of historic buildings will provide the perfect touch of authenticity to our 19th century retelling of this classic Shakespearean story.

If you haven’t been to Pioneer Farms you are in for a treat. A visit to Pioneer Farms is an opportunity to step back in time to 1800s Texas. Located in Northeast Austin, Pioneer Farms is Central Texas’ premier living history park. Their park covers just over 90 acres of prairie, woodlands, and a stretch of Walnut Creek. They have six interpretive sites that include historic buildings filled with authentic 1800s furniture and artifacts. Volunteers in period dress “live” in the sites and provide guided tours to show visitors what life was like for the original inhabitants. They are open to the public Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 10–5. Tours are available seven days a week with an advanced reservation. Learn more at or by calling 512-837-1215.